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Australian adventure set early this century. The Grand Duke. There's great excitement at Langara when Matt takes possession of a prize bull. Meanwhile
Montana and Duncan's attraction forces them to make a decision.
Repeat Subtitled ...................................

Contributors

Matt McGregor:
Andrew Clark
Colin McGregor:
Brett Climo
Emily McGregor:
Sheryl Munks
Danni McGregor:
Kristie Raymond
Duncan Jones:
Hugh Jackman
Montana Hale:
Gabrielle Fitzpatrick
Josh:
Daniel Daperis

in this week's edition of the live topical magazine show, Bernard Manning talks to Esther McVey about his controversial comedy, Mike Harding tries to turn
Swindon into a haven oftranquillity with the help of the Bah'ai faith, while Jon Monie uncovers the secret world of Father's Day card makers. Presented by Kevin Woodford and Catrina Skepper.
Executive producer Chris Loughlin .............. COMMENT LINE: [number removed]88 (maximum cost lOp)

Contributors

Talks:
Bernard Manning
Unknown:
Esther McVey
Unknown:
Mike Harding
Unknown:
Jon Monie
Presented By:
Kevin Woodford
Presented By:
Catrina Skepper.
Producer:
Chris Loughlin

Introduced by Steve Rider from Lord's.
Cricket World Cup Live coverage of the final of this year's World Cup. After more than a month of non-stop action, the two best one-day sides in the world meet at Lord's. This year's tournament has thrown up many surprises, not least the failure of both the defending champions, Sri Lanka, and hosts England to progress past the group stages. Commentary by Richie Benaud , Jonathan Agnew and Michael Atherton. Coverage continues in Sunday Grandstand on BBC2.

Contributors

Introduced By:
Steve Rider
Commentary By:
Richie Benaud
Commentary By:
Jonathan Agnew
Commentary By:
Michael Atherton.

Live from Paris on the concluding day of the European Cup Superleague final.
Britain are the defending champions in the men's event, two victories in the 4xl00m and 4x400m relays 12 months ago giving them a narrow victory over the talented Germans. Their success also earned them qualification for the World Cup in Johannesburg at the end of last summer, where they finished sixth overall as many athletes opted to miss the event to concentrate on the Commonwealth Games. The British women will be looking to improve their performance on last year when they finished in fifth position in St Petersburg. Helen Rollason introduces today's action, with help from Linford Christie and Sally Gunnell. Commentary comes from David Coleman , Stuart Storey , Paul Dickenson , Brendan Foster , Roger Black and Christina Boxer.
TV presentation Mark Wilkin ....

Contributors

Introduces:
Helen Rollason
Analysis:
Linford Christie
Analysis:
Sally Gunnell.
Commentary:
David Coleman
Commentary:
Stuart Storey
Commentary:
Paul Dickenson
Commentary:
Brendan Foster
Commentary:
Roger Black
Commentary:
Christina Boxer
TV Presentation:
Mark Wilkin

Brighton's arts festival and traditional Blessing of the Nets ceremony provide the setting for today's programme. Hymns include Eternal Father, Onward Christian Soldiers, Dear Lord and Father of Mankind, and Abide with Me. Presented by Diane Louise Jordan.
Producer Moira Kean : Editor Hugh Faupel Digital widescreen

Contributors

Presented By:
Diane Louise Jordan.
Producer:
Moira Kean

Regional Variations (2)

Antiques Roadshow

Series 19

Episode 8: Michelham Priory

Duration: 45 minutes

on BBC One West

At Michelham Priory near Eastbourne in East Sussex, Hugh Scully and a team of experts look at a range of antiques brought along by members of the public.

Regional Variations (2)

Open All Hours

Episode 1: Open All Hours

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC One West

First-ever episode of the classic comedy series about miserly shopkeeper Arkwright and his downtrodden nephew and assistant Granville.

Contributors

Arkwright:
Ronnie Barker
Granville:
David Jason
Writer:
Roy Clarke

The Phantom Number 14 Bus
Former police inspector "Truly of the Yard" investigates the mystery of the disappearing bus.
Written by Roy Clarke
Director/Producer Alan JW Bell
Digital widescreen

Contributors

Written By:
Roy Clarke
Producer:
Alan Jw Bell
Compo:
Bill Owen
Clegg:
Peter Sallis
Truly:
Frank Thornton
Nora:
Kathy Staff
Ivy:
Jane Freeman
Edie:
Thora Hird
Auntie:
Jean Alexander
Howard:
Robert Fyfe
Marina:
Jean Fergusson
Barry:
Mike Grady
Pearl:
Juliette Kaplan
Smiler:
Stephen Lewis
Bramwell:
Stanley Lebor
Eli:
Danny O'Dea
Glenda:
Sarah Thomas
Wesley:
Gordon Wharmby

The first of two return visits to gardens which have been landscaped by Alan Titchmarsh , Charlie Dimmock and Tommy Walsh. Tonight's programme reminds viewers of the transformation worked by the team on a garden in Warwick, followed by a chance to see how the garden looks now.
Producer John Thornicroft ; Executive producer Carol Haslam Digital widescreen Revised repeat Subtitled......

Contributors

Unknown:
Alan Titchmarsh
Unknown:
Charlie Dimmock
Unknown:
Tommy Walsh.
Producer:
John Thornicroft

A six-part drama serial based on the true story of the turbulent lives of four remarkable sisters.
Starring Geraldine Somerville, Alun Armstrong

1742: the Duke of Richmond's eldest daughter's determination to reject all suitors is beginning to cause embarrassment.
See today's choices.

(Digital widescreen)
Soundtrack: available on CD from retailers
Sisters who did it for themselves: page 32

Contributors

Writer:
Harriet O'Carroll
Producer:
Christopher Hall
Producer:
David Snodin
Director:
David Caffrey
Lady Emily:
Geraldine Somerville
Henry Fox:
Alun Armstrong
Lady Caroline:
Serena Gordon
Duke of Richmond:
Julian Fellowes
Lord Kildare:
Ben Daniels
Duchess of Richmond:
Diane Fletcher
King George II:
Clive Swift
Older Lady Emily:
Sian Phillips
Lord Beaufield:
Richard Dempsey
Young Lady Emily:
Hayley Griffiths
Princess Caroline:
Katherine Rogers
Prime Minister:
Lewis Jones
Lord Hervey:
Anthony Finigan

A six-part series in which Ruby Wax travels across the USA as it makes ready forthe new millennium.
Chain Gang. In the first episode Wax visits a county jail in Arizona - run by the toughest sheriff in America - and finds herself part of the world's first female chain gang. See today's choices. Director Helen Fitzwilliam ; Executive producer David Blake Knox
Digital widescreen * A bizarre slice of life: page 7

Contributors

Director:
Helen Fitzwilliam
Producer:
David Blake Knox

Regional Variations (2)

Everyman

Days of Healing

Duration: 50 minutes

on BBC One West

Following the day-to-day business of four very different and extraordinary faith healers, including the dowsing healer used by the Duchess of York.

Genres

Drama based on a true story, starring
Mare Winningham
Steven Weber , Patricia Arquette Deanne Wilson wants more than a Kentucky trailer park can offer her. So when handsome
FBI agent Jeff Avery arrives to question her husband about a bank robbery, she relentlessly pursues him, beginning an affair that will end in tragedy. Director John Power (1994, 15)
* See Films: pp 56-61 ***
Followed by Weather

Contributors

Unknown:
Mare Winningham
Unknown:
Steven Weber
Unknown:
Patricia Arquette
Unknown:
Deanne Wilson
Unknown:
Jeff Avery
Director:
John Power

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